Hurrying to update to iOS 14.5? Wait!

Hurrying to update to iOS 14.5? Wait!

Apple has just released the iOS 14.5 and iPad OS 14.5 updates after a long wait. Both updates have been live since last Monday.

Features like the new Siri Voice and Fancy New Face ID have been added in the new update. With the help of which the iPhone can be unlocked even while wearing a face mask.

Knowing all these features, you may also be eager to update the latest software on your iPhone and iPad. But hasty updates sometimes cause more problems and headaches than benefits.

So it would be better to wait a few days instead of updating iOS 14.5 right now. Today we will tell you two main reasons why it is appropriate to wait before pressing the update button of iPhone and iPad.

Updates may contain harmful bugs

We have been seeing and hearing about malware being installed while updating software. Sometimes we hear that all the data of iPhone and iPad gets lost while installing new updates.

A similar update from Apple in 2016 destroyed the iPad Pro. So if you also install this update, the process of rolling back will not be so easy.

So wait about a week or a month before installing a new update. If there is any problem, they will come out.

Not all developers are ready to go public

One of the main reasons for the problem when updating new software is that the apps are not optimized for updates.

Apple has changed the underlying codes of the iPhone or iPad, which developers also have to adopt. If the developers have enough time to make sure the changes work, the problem may not arise.

But this is just a general rule. Sometimes when the operating system is updated, the app is even completely destroyed. Unless developers have an iOS 14.5 optimized apps ready.

However, if you want to update Apple's new software in any case, first make sure that all the data on your device is backed up.

Want to use home WiFi safely? Keep up the good content

The Nepal Telecommunication Authority (NTAA) has issued a public notice to change the service provider by asking for the admin username and password after connecting the internet at home.

NEA has informed the users about various measures to make home WiFi safe through public notice.

In addition, the NEA has suggested changing the default SSID of the wireless home network to keep the strong password of WiFi, to hide the SSID of the home WiFi so that others cannot recognize it.

Users can choose WPA2 or WPA3 in network encryption and configure WiFi to be secure, the authority said.

To configure the software of the wireless router to be updated regularly, the authority has appealed to take safety measures to use WiFi by binding the MAC address of the devices using home WiFi.

NEA suggests switching off the router in case of not using WiFi.